Marco has delivered large quantities of Steel Wire Cable Tray to Crown House, part of the construction team building a new, state of the art cancer centre at Guy’s Hospital in London.
The centre will be a hub for South East London, providing specialist cancer services, training, development and research, allowing the hospital to provide better cancer treatments and improved outcomes for our patients.
Construction work is ongoing and the centre is expected to be open to patients in the summer of 2016.
Marco has supplied Steel Wire Cable Tray (SWCT) and a number of SWCT modular units to contractors at the site. Key Account Manager, Simon Kowalski said: “We’ve supplied a combination of Trunking solutions to Crowne House in various phases of this scheme including standard lengths and bespoke modular units that simply slot into place.
“Marco continues to work at flagship schemes such as this throughout the UK with Crowne House and are able to deliver products that meet their exact needs such as the units provided here at Guys hospital.”
Once open, patients will come to a single site for both their cancer diagnosis and their ongoing cancer treatment, providing a seamless stream of care. The cancer centre will be divided into ‘zones’ or ‘villages’, with most of the related treatment facilities grouped together in one place.
The ground floor Welcome Zone will provide a rehabilitation gym, drop-in facilities, the Dimbleby Cancer Care Centre, retail space and a café. The latest technology will be used to streamline the patient’s route around the building.

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